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She didn´t understvà me at first, but later she said that was a funny sentence và they vày not used khổng lồ say like that.

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Choose people who are likely to lớn be with the CMC for some time, who are steady và reliable và get on wvsao.club with others.

I know there is another phrasal verb used for this purpose: get along

Now almost everybody toàn thân likes to play and get along with each other

Is the expression "get on wvsao.club" used with the same meaning in UK & US?Is there any different shade of meaning between both expressions?How often are both expressions used in UK/US?

Note: There is the chance that she said something different because this happened time ago and I vì chưng not rethành viên very wvsao.club.


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Both expressions have sầu the same meaning, but there is a significant difference in frequency of use between the US và UK.

This NGram shows that get along with is the preferred expression in the US, and get on with is the preferred expression in the UK.

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Your chart isn't an n-gram. Rather, it's comparing two different n-grams, get on wvsao.club with and get along with. N-grams are strings of n grams, in this case words. The word n-gram does not specifically refer to lớn Google Books Ngram Viewer or the charts it generates showing the frequency of n-grams over time, so although this is a good answer, it's slightly confusing as worded. –user230 Jun 16 "18 at 11:36


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One of the meanings of the phrasal verb "get on" is "to have sầu a good relationship". Cambridge Dictionaries lists it for UK và US usage & mentions "get along" as a UK variant.

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